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We offer a one-day Align and Commit Workshop to jump-start culture change efforts by getting everyone engaged in making a few small but high-leverage changes in daily behavior. You can do this yourself by engaging your team in the right conversations. Here are seventeen conversation-worthy questions to help you get started.
At Humanus Solutions we offer a one-day Align and Commit Workshop to jump-start culture change efforts by getting everyone engaged in making a few small but high-leverage changes in daily behavior.
Organizational culture occurs in the everyday interaction between team members, in the small decisions we make, in the things people see, do, say and think as they go about their work. Why not tackle culture change by working at this level?
Our daily, ‘automatic’ behavior sends a strong message. Here are five leadership habits which will engage people, open lines of communication, and promote the desired mindset.
The things we do most often send a powerful message about what matters to us. Here are habits and rituals you can use to influence performance within your team.
Surveys rarely lead to effective action: teams get mired in analyzing the results, debating the meaning of various numbers, and arguing over what people really meant by their responses. There’s a better way: ‘listening tours’ allow leaders to have real conversations with employees to understand how people think and feel.
But you don’t need a training program to develop front-line leaders – you have what you need to do this yourself. What really works is sustained attention and conversation. Here are five steps you can take.